People are angry.
The Michael Jackson Exposé documentary Leaving Neverland is set to be disrupted by offended Jackson fans.
Meanwhile, the police have been alerted in case anything unusual happens.
According to TMZ, the police is well aware of the protest which started off on social media and is being organised. As a result, its producers Sundance have alerted the police in case anything unusual happens. There will be police officers who will also be undercover.
Meanwhile, the police have shown concerns that the disruption might take place during the Question and Answer sessions. However, they will not prevent people from exercising their rights which the US hinges on.
Leaving Neverland intends to air the alleged sexual abuse by Jackson. It will also show some alleged victims.
Although the Jackson estate has slammed this plan, Sundance has said it will go ahead with it.
Recall that this was a similar situation with the Surviving RKelly docuseries which explored his alleged sex cult, sexual exploits with teenage girls including his marriage with the then 15-year-old Aaliyah.
Leaving Neverland will premiere January 25.
Soon after it was announced, people went on social media to protest this. Nigerian-American artiste, Neyo also voiced his opinion stating that RKelly and Jackson cannot be compared “Nothing. Unlike R Kelly, there was no video evidence of Michael Jackson abusing anyone,” he said.
Guess the King of Pop will remain untouchable.